arbitrary, capricious manner. forty years later to us in many better despite all the fine-tuning of the court has done. not so much the race of the perpetrator, but the race of the victim. we find the poverty, nearly all of the people on death row had one of three things in common, abject poverty, victims of child abuse to a child abuse, law no education. you have to ask yourself, that is not an excuse, not the defense, but to some extent might we be executing them because of that sense of their parents? it gives you some pause. another problem is that they are all broke. they have no money, and they don't have good lawyers. sometimes the quality of legal representation is superb, but in too many of them it is absurd. i mean, people are sentenced to die now because they committed the crime, but because they have the worst lawyers. and we see that over and over again.